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CBS
Dec 7, 2012 6:00pm PST
the root of the problem. >> he watched this video. >> if that is true, it is a hostile environment and the courts are trying to get high schools to remedy this or they suffer damage. >> obviously i didn't want to live that day. >> if you hear a child saying this you have to investigate it. there are some tax cuts don't stop and do take their life. >> it seems like a culture of this. >> samantha and autumn hope they can make a difference by speaking out. >> we don't want other kids to feel the same way that we're feeling. >> now, the girls' parents say they allowed their daughters to go on camera because they thought it was important for them to speak out. police have told them the investigation will go to the district attorney next week. >> just breaks my heart. what about the boys and their family? >> we did look into that. we are told they are being raised by their dad and he is disabled. according to the police report which we have he says the school never informed him what the boys were targeting the girls and through the disdepartment, dana, he told us he does not want to comm
CBS
Dec 10, 2012 7:00am PST
. it's a very difficult environment. first of all, everyone understands the economy is not so good. that's a tough thing when you're asking people to put money they don't necessarily have on the barrelhead. but beyond that we're seeing -- rock 'n' roll's aged to the point where it's no longer the dangerous thing it once was. you hear it in commercials. people -- i see 6-year-old gills with purng rock hair. those images and that sim beeology is not as dangerous as it once was. so to continue to be as dangerous in an environment that no one sees as dangerous is difficult. >> good luck with your tour, billy corgan. we'll be right back. you're watching "cbs this morning." [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [
CBS
Dec 5, 2012 6:00pm PST
environment. >> reporter: bart says it would have cost them more if the project had been delayed or if they violated the wildlife protection laws and were fined. the bart extension is expected to be completed in 2015. now, dana, if they continue to pose a problem bart will have to continue to figure out how to pay for the cost of accommodating these birds. >> when they want to mate and have babies, that's what they do. they're stubborn. >> reporter: very determined. >> exactly. ann notarangelo, thank you. >>> meanwhile, airport workers in san jose have been given the green light to shoot birds from the runway. the city council approved that plan last night. officials say that birds sucked into airplane engines can cause engine problems and power outages. they hope shooting the birds with either blanks or live bullets will prevent some of those problems. >>> while it was raining this morning, take a look at this. huge tree came crashing down on a home in san francisco's russian hill neighborhood. this is on lurmont terrace by lombard street. the 100-foot cypress broke through the roo
CBS
Dec 12, 2012 6:00pm PST
threat to the environment. >> we do an environmental assessment it's a lengthy document. we look at potential impacts on endangered species, visual air quality. >> they were not addressing these particular parcels as though these new technologies would be used. fracking has dramatically changed operations throughout the united states. >> these environmental groups protested the auction and have filed an official protest. >>> brian, we got a break from the rain but sounds like it's not going to last very long. >>> not terribly long. tomorrow we get a chance to dry. it will be sunny. looks like friday we'll get wet again. not dramatically wet but nevertheless there's just these series of impulses one after another that will be moving through the bay area. tomorrow looks okay right now. as we look at hi-def doppler from mount vaca, not much. the numbers are getting cool. 47 degrees in concord. 53 for oakland. livermore 48 degrees at the airport. 50 degrees. so if you head out the door tonight it's going to be chilly. patchy dense morning fog could form as a result. and this might mess
CBS
Dec 5, 2012 11:00pm PST
the environment. >> reporter: bart says it would have cost them more if the project had been delayed or they violated wildlife protection laws. if the birds continue to pose a problem bart is going to have to continue to pay to accommodate these birds. in freemont, ann. >> talk about a wakeup call. a tree crashes through a bay area bedroom. what the ohm homeowner did just two days ago that probably saved his life. >> the grocery chain in danger of going belly up. >> and the bay area house decked out like you would not believe. it beats the world record holder. ,,,,,, at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those off yet, when this happe >>> how is this for a
CBS
Dec 9, 2012 8:30am PST
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CBS
Dec 11, 2012 7:00am PST
environment that gives a lot of time, a lot of support and the colleagues collaborating together. when teachers work in teams and given that support, they can truly become rock star teachers. it's not something that just walk in on day one. >> not a gift from the gods. >> we looked at the papers this morning, and there's another story about how u.s. students lag behind in math and science compared to other students around the globe. do you think there's national recognition about the importance of education in this country by business leaders, by other people, that they're changing things? is there still not a great enough awareness about the problem? >> i think the awareness is there. i think that -- that the problem is that we're not taking strong enough actions. you know, we need to take actions that are more forceful and radical. and not sort of compromise positions. >> like what? >> well, for example, school principals need to be empowered to hire and fire and build their teams. until you can do that, you can't nurture your team and really develop your team. and so we need to real
CBS
Dec 8, 2012 5:00am PST
womb the infant is hearing the sounds of its environment and then after birth infants show a preference for the music they heard in the womb. the best thing to the is play your developing baby all the musics of the world so their brain can become wired to the sounds of the different cultures. >> speaking of that type of music, rock rap, heavy rock and roll what will that do for somebody's brain? >> it's not so much that the genres have particular effects if you like the music it will have effects, and in our own lab seen cortisol levels can be decreased. it has to be music you like. help metal won't have one effect and jazz has another. but music you like or resonate to. >> president obama listens to jazz before speeches to relax him. that works for him. >> the mechanism of that is interesting. we have neurons in our brain that floss with the beat of the music. if it is slower it will calm you down. if it's rapid just ahead of the pace that you would be running at it can help you to increase your running time. athletes use music to help give them that boost. >> seems retailer
CBS
Dec 6, 2012 11:00pm PST
is known as a hostile environment, and the courts have repeatedly urged schools to remedy this. >> honestly, i didn't want to live that day. >> if you hear a child saying this, you have to immediately investigate it, because sadly there are students that don't stop and go the whole way and do take their lives. it seems like a highly sexualized culture that's happening in this particular fifth grade. >> reporter: samantha and autumn hope they can make a difference by speaking out. >> my only reason for doing this is because we don't want to deal with this anymore. >> and we don't want other kids to feel the same way that we're feeling. >> reporter: the parents say they allowed their daughters to go on camera because they thought it was important for them to speak out. the case will go to the district attorney next week. >> oh, my heart is breaking. so what about the boys and their families? were you able to contact them? >> what we found out was the boys come from a single-parent home. apparently they're mother left. they're being raised by their father, who is disabled. accordi
CBS
Dec 6, 2012 1:35am PST
the environment. >> reporter: bart says it would have cost them more if the project had been delayed or they violated wildlife protection laws. if the birds continue to pose a problem bart is going to have to continue to pay to accommodate these birds. in freemont, ann. >> talk about a wakeup call. a tree crashes through a bay area bedroom. what the ohm homeowner did just two days ago that probably saved his life. >> the grocery chain in danger of going belly up. >> and the bay area house decked out like you would not believe. it,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, off yet, when this happe >>> how is this for a rude awakening? the alarm clock hadn't gone off when it happened. a huge tree came crashing down on a man's home. during this morning's storm. the hundred foot cypress broke through the roof of the master bedroom and missed the homeowner by just a few feet. >> it is weird. it is weird. thank god it didn't come into the house more than it did. >> that's because just two days ago he moved his bed from beneath the very spot where that tree landed. >> just two years after arriving in the bay area t
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